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We’ve been writing and editing Wikipedia articles for 10 years, both professionally and personally. Not only are we thoroughly conversant with the encyclopedia’s policies; we can also translate this esoterica into English.
For example, every claim you make needs to be footnotable — with a link. So, let’s say you were named one of America’s top neurosurgeons in 2001. Yet the only evidence online comes from bios you’ve written. For this reason, we can’t cite this award; we need documentation from a neutral, high-authority third party.
Such stringent rules are a big reason Wikipedia maintains its reputation as everyone’s go-to site for unbiased facts.
Our Wikipedia work consists of an easy, four-part process:
1. Conduct Research. The more info we have, the better equipped we’ll be to make your case. So, send us anything you think is relevant. Profiles or mentions in major media are best; awards and citations are also helpful.
2. Develop Your Article. We’ll translate all this info — together with our own research — into a proposed article. Using our custom Wikipedia template, we’ll present the text to you for approval.
3. Publish Your Article. Upon approval, we’ll publish the article. (We’ll likely proceed on a piecemeal basis, starting with the most notable material.)
4. Address Follow-ups From Wikipedians. Should anyone edit your article, we’ll manage the pushback for one week.
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